Prior to divorce couples often give each other gifts for various occasions and celebrations, or for no reason at all, but what happens to all those gifts when [Read the full post. . .]
– Free legal advice can cost you a lot!
When you have problems in your life you likely talk it out with your friends and family. However, for legal advice you should only be seeking the advice of [Read the full post. . .]
Formerly known as “alimony,” spousal support is payments to an ex-spouse which can be ordered by the Court or agreed to by the parties as part of a settlement. ORC 3105.18 sets forth that “spousal support” means any payment or [Read the full post. . .]
DIVORCE: Kicking your spouse to the curb – make sure you don’t put their stuff there.
Often in movies or commercials when couples split-up, the wife starts throwing all the husband’s stuff into the yard, or puts it in the [Read the full post. . .]
A few years ago the only place that an attorney could advertise was the phone book. Most attorneys chose to make the most of the ad space by publishing a “panel” of services they provided. This list of services is [Read the full post. . .]
Do you really want to fight your Dayton divorce case? As an experienced family lawyer, I have never heard anyone say “I’m going to cooperate my divorce case.” The truth of the matter is that the divorce process [Read the full post. . .]
In a recent case decided by the State of Ohio’s 5th Appellate District, the importance of reading and understanding your divorce papers was made clear. In Woodie v. Woodie, the [Read the full post. . .]
It’s that time of year again. Holiday season is upon us. And even though so many of us perceive this time of year as a joyous one, one that will allow us to spend time with our family and friends, [Read the full post. . .]
The ultimate interest of the divorce court is the best interest of the child. Unless it is requested by the divorce court, bringing your child to the court with [Read the full post. . .]
Marriages in Ohio can be ended in either a divorce or a dissolution. A divorce is a contested hearing wherein one spouse alleges that the other has been “at fault” under one of the statutory grounds for divorce permitted under [Read the full post. . .]